Donald Trump apparently paid the former bodyguard a bill in the former fast food chain of former U.S. President McDonald’s.
Kevin McKay told the Daily Mail that when he worked as Trump’s bodyguard for five years, he once occupied a $ 130 (about 185 NZ) tab at McDonald’s in 2008.
Trump visited one of his golf courses in Scotland, and his crew stopped at a fast-food restaurant before flying back to the United States.
McKay said Trump doesn’t have any local currency with him, “so he asked me if I could give him cash,” McKay says. He said he handed over the money, ordered a total of 20 cheeseburgers and fries, and about 10 to 15 fizzy drinks.
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Trump apparently ate his usual order: two cheeseburgers with fries and a diet coke.
McKay went on to say that he spent $ 130 on it at the time, as he earned only $ 2,700 a month as Trump’s bodyguard.
McKay said he had previously delayed asking for money, and Trump never offered to return it. McKay is expected to be fired in 2012.
Trump seems to view McDonald’s as a kind of treat that famously serves food from the plant to the buffet to Clemson in 2019 and the state of North Dakota the same year after they both won state football championships.
Fast food was also served by the Baylor Lady Bears after they became NCAA women’s tournament champions in 2019.